Factory Floor – How You Say (Helena Hauff Remix)

This very straight-forward remix of Factory Floor’s ‘How you say’ comes from Hamburg’s Golden Pudel resident DJ Helena Hauff. Helena puts the (hardly recognizable) original into a melodic electro framework that makes use of an exceedingly catchy synth melody. She uses small parts from Factory Floor’s version and develops these into warmer and fuller components of her own remix, that delivers powerful tunes where the original remains a little faint.

This track only represents a tiny part of her eclectic repertoire that fuses new wave, acid techno, electro and other genres into a remarkable experience in her full sets. And she’s not only touring on her own, but also joined the reboot of long-standing electro-impro project Hypnobeat at the end of last year. Another project definitely worth checking out


Year: 2014

Genre: Electro

Among other dates, Helena will play a set at Robert Johnson in Offenbach (/Frankfurt) for the 4th anniversary of the Tactile Record Store on the 1st of November. So be sure not to miss out on that, if you happen to find yourself anywhere close by.


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Jessie Ware – Say You Love Me (Shura Remix)

Electric Women is reporting back from a short (work-related) break with an incredibly intimate remix by Shura. The London-based producer and singer does some rearranging and tweaking on ‘Say You Love Me’ by Britain’s electro-soul darling Jessie Ware.

The result is this four minute beauty, which is dominated by a moan-like synth line and slowly progresses from having a soothing quality towards an upbeat and uplifting ending. It leaves one with the simple directive, expressed by a masculine-sounding distorted voice, to ‘Fall in Love’ – thereby excitingly contrasting Jessie Ware’s repeated statement: ‘I don’t wanna fall in love’.


Year: 2014

Genre: Futurebeats / Soul


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